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Hughes & Sven In The Frame For Fulham Job

Following Roy Hodgson's appointment at Liverpool earlier today former Manchester City bosses, Mark Hughes and Sven Goran Eriksson appear to be in the frame to take the helm at Fulham FC.

Betting odds

Sparky is currently 3/1 while another former City manager, Sven Goran Eriksson, who has already said that he would relish an opportunity to return to the Premier League, is 100/30.

Both Hughes and Sven will have stiff competition from another unemployed manager in Alan Curbishley, who is odds on favourite at 11/4.

Sky Bet's football betting spokesman Tim Reynolds said...

'Curbishley has been linked with a number of vacant roles since he left West Ham but this seems the perfect opportunity to return to top flight management.'

Competition is going to be fierce but my money is on the Swede taking the helm. It appears he has the Midas touch and money seems to follow him around wherever he goes. The luck of the devil perhaps!






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 1 2010

Time: 3:36PM

Your Comments

Emlyn could probably do a job for them. A club like Fulham will be happy to stay in the Premiership above all else.
SFC Forever
It would be good to see them both back in the premier, both top blokes imo.
Buzz Lightyear
I hope Sparky gets it and I hope they then finish one place below us! Although second/third is probably a bit optimistic for them :) We should give him a couple of mill off Rocky for the way we fired him. I cant see Sven taking a job paying what the Fulham job will, although given he is rich as creosote and he loves West London maybe he will take it on the cheap. They're well organised which would suit Hughes and give him a running start. Met a colleague with a few season tickets at COMS yesterday. I did a good job for him, learned he was a blue and he told me to take my pick which games to see with him as I live in London and only get to a couple a year - RESULT!!! Bring on the new season!
DarthGonzo
 

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